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Tips on How to Become a Top Fleet Manager

Tips on How to Become a Top Fleet Manager

Column By Drew Allen While it is never easy being a fleet manager, there are certain behaviors and attitudes that you can adopt to become the best in what you do. If you want to excel as a fleet manager, here are some tips to do just that. Corporate Understanding The first thing you will […]

Oxnard Shipwreck- Ordered Destroyed

Oxnard Shipwreck- Ordered Destroyed

By George Miller On Thursday, a 27′ vintage wooden Chris Craft cruising boat transiting from Ventura to Channel Islands Harbor lost power and ran hard aground on the beach at Oxnard Shores, south of 5th St. It is uncertain why the craft wasn’t anchored properly after problems occurred. People aboard escaped safely to shore. Eric […]

Why Defunding the Police is a Bad Idea for Camarillo, and Why We Must Recall Those Politicians Who Support Defunding the Police.

Why Defunding the Police is a Bad Idea for Camarillo, and Why We Must Recall Those Politicians Who Support Defunding the Police.

Editorial By Don McDougall New York cut their police services and has seen a 50% increase in crime in minority neighborhoods.  Detroit cut their police budget 20% and has seen a 25% increase in crime citywide. San Francisco followed a similar path, and now the police only respond to class 1 felonies due to workforce […]

Camarillo Recall – Who is really lying? (Petition Deadline April 15)

Camarillo Recall – Who is really lying? (Petition Deadline April 15)

Camarillo Recall- Press Release Shawn Mulchay and Susan Santagelo have launched a campaign to combat the recall against them. They simply do not want the voters to be given a chance to vote on what they have learned since they have taken office. Namely, that they have become woke, wanted to look for ways to […]

7 Oxnard Churches Combine Forces for Good Friday Service

7 Oxnard Churches Combine Forces for Good Friday Service

FAITH: Feature By George Miller 7 Oxnard churches combined forces for a Good Friday service today at Calvary Chapel Oxnard(CCO). Good Friday marks the day that Jesus Christ allowed himself to be tortured and crucified to save us from our sins and eternal damnation- IF we accept him. 7 pastors and also singers from multiple […]

4 Ways to Celebrate a Birthday from Far Away

4 Ways to Celebrate a Birthday from Far Away

Column By Justin Weinger Birthdays are special, and it can be hard to be far away from someone you love when their day comes around. If a close friend or family member is far away, you might wonder how you can still help them celebrate. You could send a card or gift or have a […]

Guest Editorial | RE: “Misinformation Targets Latinos” Article in VC Star- 3/8/2021

Guest Editorial | RE: “Misinformation Targets Latinos” Article in VC Star- 3/8/2021

Guest Editorial     By Wayne Kerbaugh Misinformation, per Webster’s Dictionary definition, is “incorrect or misleading information”, first used in 1605.  However, a few days ago in the VC Star on the very front page (news section), appeared an article that screams misinformation, titled “Misinformation targets Latinos”.  I found this article particularly offensive and full […]

Ventura County Dropping COVID Lawsuits Against 5 Businesses, But NOT Churches

Ventura County Dropping COVID Lawsuits Against 5 Businesses, But NOT Churches

By George Miller Ventura County just announced that it is dropping lawsuits against the remaining five businesses which had resisted COVID lockdown restrictions. BUT, not churches as we learned today from a VC church. Per Emily Gardner, Principal Assistant County Counsel, the businesses are: The 5 most recently dismissed cases involved the following businesses: The […]

Oxnard Sets 5 Year Priorities; Trying to Sock Residents With More Taxes; Licenses 19 Pot Businesses

Oxnard Sets 5 Year Priorities; Trying to Sock Residents With More Taxes; Licenses 19 Pot Businesses

By George Miller The Oxnard City Council, on 3-16-21, voted to accept 5 year priorities* developed via surveys and previous meetings; made a host of additional commission/committee appointments, with more coming; Ventura County is moving from COVID “purple tier” restrictions to “red tier” (less restricted) on 3-17-21- still many constraints; Cannabis sales have skyrocketed, 16 […]

Oxnard Attempts to Shakedown Homeowners for Community Maintenance Funding?

Oxnard Attempts to Shakedown Homeowners for Community Maintenance Funding?

Guest Editorial     By Doug Partello Oxnard ReNew Program: All paths lead to Mello-Roos The City of Oxnard approved $403,650 from our Landscape Maintenance Districts (LMD) monies to pay NBS/CivicMic, Temecula, a consulting firm, to convince us to volunteer, have CAGs (Community Advisory Group), and switch to Mello-Roos (special tax levys for enhancements to […]